Question about 1997 Acura RL
SRS, Supplemental Restraint System, codes and turns on thr SRS light for air bag and seat belt electrical failures. As MX5... said the seat belts have a lifetime warranty in the USA, so if there is a defect, it is a free repair. The most common failure is the drivers seat belt buckle switch. But if the failure is in the air bag system, it will cost money. You need to get the code read to determine what has failed, any decent shop should have a scanner that can read the SRS codes, it takes less than 1/2 hour to hook up their scanner and read, so the charge shouldn't be extreme.
Do know that with the SRS light on, it is possible that your airbags are disabled.
Posted on Apr 06, 2015
If the car been accident you cannot take the light out,but if not check your seat belt locking system sensor is not working and dealer will replace that for free is lifetime warranty on safety seat belt if u in u.s.
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
You have a module that's going bad or is bad. Someone had either wrecked the car previously and didn't replace all damages modules. You can have a shop put on computer to tell you exactly which one needs replaced. There is one on the front of the vehicle one under drivers seat and one in with the seat belts those ate just sensors the actual modules are the site bags themselves
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem, turns out tere was a fuse in the fuse panel beside the brake pedal that was blown out, however the fuse wasn't for the lighter it was for the headlights or something but the headlights we're still working.... CHECK ALL of the fuses, not just the lighter
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
SOURCE: SRS light on 1997 acura CL
1.bend a paperclip into a u shape. 2.disconnect the yellow plug in your fuse box under the steering wheel and insert the paperclip into the plug that is now hanging there to complete the circuit.3.turn the ignition on and the srs light will stay on for 6 seconds, then turn off.disconnect the paperclip within 4 seconds after that and the light will come back on.4. reconnect the paperclip within 4 seconds and the srs light will turn off again.5.within another 4 seconds of it going off, disconnect the paperclip and the light will blink letting you know that you have completed all the steps right. you can also use some speaker wire
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
to turn them off you have to fix what turned them on in the first place to do this you will have to have the computer scanned btw the srs is your airbag system
Posted on May 21, 2009
Check the fuse for your blower motor if it is OK the Blower Motor may be bad or you may have a loose wire to or from the it have it checked if fuse is good
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
SOURCE: 2001Acura RL 3.5 SRS problems
As you already know The Supplemental Restraint System (or SRS) is the system that controls
your airbags. Unfortunately, there are MANY things that trigger this
annoying light, and to making it go away can cause plenty of headaches.
Things that can cause the SRS light to turn on include:
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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